Advanced Wound Care
Haimesh Shah, MD, RPVI
Dr. Shah is a board-certified physician, specializing in Phlebology, Cosmetic and Laser surgeries. He is a highly experienced physician with expertise in Venous disorders, Aesthetic Surgery, Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapy.
Dr. Shah is a diplomate of the American Board of Laser Surgery and American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. He is one of the few physicians nationwide who is certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine, demonstrating expertise in the understanding and treatment of venous conditions. He is a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI), certified by American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography.
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Signs of Wound Infection: When to Seek Medical Attention
Introduction: Wound infections are a common complication of injuries and surgical procedures. While most wounds heal without complications, an infection can occur and delay
Wound Care: Why Seeking Treatment Is Essential
When a wound appears, it’s easy to ignore it and hope for the best. But leaving your wounds untreated is a bad idea. Wound care is essential for preventing infection and othe
Understanding the Benefits of a Comprehensive Wound Biopsy in Chronic Wound Treatment
Introduction When it comes to wound healing, you know that time is of the essence. To ensure that you get the right treatment and experience a speedy recovery, it’s important
An Expert Guide to Managing Diabetic Wounds With Proper Care
Introduction Millions of Americans are living with diabetes, and though it’s a manageable disease, it can be difficult to manage at times. One thing that is important for all
The Wound Treatment Clinic: Essential Care for Diabetic Leg Ulcers:
Introduction If you’re a diabetic, there’s a good chance you’re at risk for developing leg ulcers. Left untreated, these wounds can become infected and lead to se
Understanding Chronic Wounds & Their Types
Introduction Do you know the different types of chronic wounds? If not, you’re not alone. A lot of people don’t understand the difference between a chronic wound and a
All About Acute & Chronic Wounds And The Treatments Provided By Center For Advanced Wound Care
INTRODUCTION If you’re looking for a comprehensive wound treatment center, look no further than The Center for Advanced Wound Care. CAWC offers a wide range of treatments and
All You Need To Know About Venous Leg Ulcers
A venous skin ulcer comes into being in the form of a sore on your leg. It’s got a low propensity to heal on account of deficient blood circulation in the limb. Venous leg ulcers
Arterial Vs. Venous Ulcers – Understand The Difference
Ulcers can be defined as open wounds in the skin or mucous membranes. It is sometimes long-lasting. When it does not have even after 5-6 weeks it can be termed as a non-healing or
What Are The Most Advanced Therapies For Diabetic Foot Ulcers?
High-level wound care techniques have evolved when it comes to healing chronic wounds. Nevertheless, diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) might turn out to be complicated, and not all patie
All You Need To Know About Wound Healing In The Time Of Covid-19
It happens to be underestimating to assume that these are challenging and unpredictable times because we are going through this inconstant flow of the COVID-19 pandemic. A doctor f
What’s the Difference Between Acute And Chronic Wounds?
Chronic wound or acute wound? There is a fine line between both types of wounds. The recovery of an acute wound is also different from that of a chronic wound. Thus, one should kno
How to Take Care of an Infected Wound?
The human body consists of a system of functions and defense mechanisms. In an ideal state, everything works smoothly, and the immune system does its job to fight against the bacte
How to Take Care of the Wound After Cyst Removal
Skin cysts are harmless little bumps found under the skin that appears on any parts of the body such as neck, torso, face, chest, etc. They are also known as a sebaceous cyst that
How to Treat Chronic Wounds?
How can one make sure that they have a chronic wound? A chronic wound fails to heal within 30 days. In such cases, you need to consult a doctor who would prescribe the right treatm